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      "Linguistics in the Digital Era" Lecture Series in Davis

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      July 18, 2019

      Thursday   7:00 PM

      1 Shields Avenue
      Davis, California 95616

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      "Linguistics in the Digital Era" Lecture Series

      The Department of Linguistics is hosting the 2019 Linguistic Society of America's Linguistic Institute and invites the public to seven keynote lectures at 7 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday, June 25-July 18 (except July 4). All lectures at the Conference Center except for the June 27 talk that will be held in Rock Hall.
      Tuesday, June 25 — Adele Goldberg, Princeton University, on language learning in children.
      Thursday, June 27 — John Baugh, Washington University at St. Louis, on linguistics evidence in court cases. (Rock Hall)
      Tuesday, July 2 — John Goldsmith, University of Chicago, on computational linguistics.
      Tuesday, July 9 — Pamela Munro, UCLA, on topic to be announced.
      Thursday, July 11 — Erin Wilkinson, University of New Mexico, on kinship terminology in 40 signed languages.
      Tuesday, July 16 — Bernard Comrie, UC Santa Barbara, on indigenous languages of the Andaman Islands.
      Thursday, July 18 — Patricia Cukor-Avila, University of North Texas, on linguistic insights from a 1988-2018 study of African American English in a rural Texas town.

      Cost: Free

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